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[movies]Home Movie: 97409: Utah
To come.
Keywords: home movies; prelinger; Utah
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[movies]Pazzetti _ Utah, Arizona Vacation - Pazzetti
Utah, Arizona Vacation George Wallace Struble (1886-1971) was born in Oregon. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1908 before moving to Pennsylvania to work for Bethlehem Steel, where he eventually became a Vice President. In addition to his 1920s travel films, his collection contained several commercial shorts and boxing films. His collection was donated by his daughter Margaret Struble Pazzetti.
Keywords: home movies; Utah; Arizona
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[movies]Home Movie: 97407: Utah
Note in can states: Brighton Canyon new chalet Big Fault entering Zion Zion ___ cottages Cottonweed seed in air looking up valley baseball field ... cactus garden Bride’s ___ (peak) Great White Throne iron rest on way to Cave at Temple .... Rainbow ... “Singaway” Grand Canyon “Poison Drop” (north rim) The Sedge
Keywords: home movies; prelinger; Utah
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[movies]Family Trip West - Wallace Kelly
Reel #4 from Wallace Kelly's 1939 trip through the Western United States. Kelly, a newspaperman from Lebanon, Kentucky, was also an accomplished photographer, painter, and writer. He began shooting film in 1929 and continued until the 1950s. His film "Our Day" was named to the National Film Registry in 2007. This reel was preserved by the Center for Home Movies with funds from the National Film Preservation Foundation.
Keywords: Home movie; Amateur film; Utah; Yellowstone; Mt. Rushmore; Wallace Kelly
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